Global Programs

MIT Sloan Global Programs

Number of global locations GP interacts with

MIT Sloan Global Programs (GP) seeks to establish, maintain, and grow high-level collaborations with public and private institutions across the globe to advance research and develop innovative leaders who improve the world through management education. 

GP's flagship initiatives ––MIT REAP and MIT Sloan Latin America Office––catalyze regional economic and social impact with innovative multi-stakeholder models, programs, convenings, and webinars.  GP's MIT Sloan Visiting Fellows Program offers talented and ambitious students, professionals, and MIT alumni the opportunity to explore all that MIT Sloan has to offer, and cultivate the skills and tools required to generate impact where it matters most. GP's numerous global partnerships and collaborations range from supporting newly created educational institutions to engaging with diverse groups who work to facilitate a stronger innovation ecosystem. Combined, our initiatives strengthen MIT's brand and mission globally by allowing new methods of engagement for its faculty, its current students, its growing global alumni community, and regional leaders and innovators. 

2019-2020 Global Programs Academic Year Annual Report 

GP is proud to share the collaborations and activities that have transpired across the globe during the 2019-2020 academic year, including the challenges faced and achievements made in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recent Program Highlights

MIT Sloan and the Asia School of Business develop a new Master in Central Banking program

Universidad de Chile and MIT successfully close the first version of the Data Analytics Certificate Program in Boston

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